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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
set-, seti-; -setus,-a,-um (adj.A): in L. comp. -bristled; in graminoids often = -awned; in mosses = -seta(ed);

- seticaulis,-e, with bristly or bristle-like stem; setidens, with bristle-like teeth, or teeth with bristle(s); setifolius, with bristly or bristle-like leaves; setiformis,-e, in the shape of a bristle; setiglumis,-e, with bristly or bristle-like glumes; setilobus, with bristly or bristle-like lobes; setivalvus, with bristly or a bristly-like valve.

- unisetus, with one bristle; brevisetus, with short bristle(s); longisetus, with long setae; multisetus, with many bristles; quinquesetus, with five bristles (awns); rigidisetus, with rigid bristles; trisetus, with three bristles.

Chrysanthemum seticuspe, Cicerbita seticuspis, with a bristle-cusp; Dyssodia setifolia; Digitaria setivalva.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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